So let´s go to Finland because this is where one of my Grandmother´s family heritage is from. Other than that tiny fact I have to go to Wikipedia to find more information, and I found something very very interesting…
Did you know?
Thanks to its emphasis on transparency and equal rights, Finland’s press has been rated the freest in the world.
Today, there are around 200 newspapers, 320 popular magazines, 2,100 professional magazines, 67 commercial radio stations, three digital radio channels and one nationwide and five national public service radio channels.
In regards to telecommunication infrastructure, Finland is the highest ranked country in the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index (NRI) – an indicator for determining the development level of a country’s information and communication technologies. Finland ranked 1st overall in the 2014 NRI ranking, unchanged from the year before. This is shown in its penetration throughout the country’s population. Around 79% of the population use the Internet.
So let´s see what kind of commercials they created…
So far I have noticed that from three totally different countries, Japan, India, and Finland, they all love to joke about cultural stereotypes.
So let freedom ring!